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As expected, Caesars will hold on only to William Hill's US operations and Liberty platform, selling the rest to 888 for $3 billion.
William Hill Sportsbooks have fully switched over to the Caesars brand in eight states, with online casinos to follow in October.
Caesars Entertainment watched how well fellow luxury retail casino and hotel brand MGM Resorts International‘s brand, BetMGM, performed financially in Michigan during the past three...
William Hill has gone ahead with its plans for an online casino product in New Jersey despite its impending acquisition by Caesars.
Caesars' upcoming takeover of William Hill fits the market trend of consolidation, but what will its branding strategy look like?
William Hill has seen its US revenues drop by 90% following the loss of sports, and says it has been using the downtime to work...
If a rumored sale of Caesars Entertainment materializes, the prospective buyers may end up with a world-class live poker asset they don't really want.
888 is out of the Australian online poker market and despite the revenue pain, PokerStars is likely to follow suit very shortly.
William Hill couldn't sell a merger with Amaya to its investors so the deal is off the table and both companies will continue independently.
No statement from GVC and enthusiasm from the Amaya board suggests that William Hill is poised to become the next owner of PokerStars.
Amaya has confirmed that it is in talks with William Hill "regarding a potential all share merger of equals" between the online gambling giants.
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The sale of Playtika to Giant for $4.4 billion leaves the WSOP in need of a new corporate home, and CIE CEO Mitch Garber in...
Last year William Hill bid for 888, now, 888 is bidding for William Hill. In the intervening period, 888 has soared while William Hill has...